UTD’s Center for The Study of Texas Politics
To Host Gubernatorial Candidate, Reporters

The Center for the Study of Texas Politics at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) will host two events in coming weeks – one a talk by a candidate for governor, the other a panel discussion featuring political writers from three major daily newspapers. The events, which are free and open to the public, are:

Both events will be held in the UTD Conference Center, Room CN 1.112. Reservations are not required, but to ensure a seat, please call 972-883-4929 or stop by Green Hall, Room 2.534, on the UTD campus between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. weekdays.

The Center for the Study of Texas Politics is a non-partisan entity based in UTD’s School of Social Sciences. Founded three years ago, the center provides opportunities for residents of the Metroplex to interact with Texas’ leading policy-makers, while simultaneously enhancing the quality of instruction, research and service at UTD. The center is headed by Associate Professor Dr. Greg Thielemann, a fifth-generation Texan and an expert on the Texas Legislature and the state’s political scene.